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angeles. >> there is a kood karma, no vato police recovered a puppet of gandhi. it's a white robe was on the roof. they respond the gandhi puppet in a parked car and notified police, investigators say the thief only stole personal checks from the car but the gandhi puppet was left intact. the owner is a school teacher from novato that exhibits it at pa rides and peace rallies. >> gays in the military, a struggle finally coming to an end. what caused nearly two dozen people to get stuck on an adventure rollercoaster. ♪ [ male announcer ] it has an hd webcam for flattering video chats, awesome audio, and lids that switch to match your mood. but mostly it helps me keep an eye on my boyfriend. even though he doesn't know he's my boyfriend. yet. [ male announcer ] powered by the 2nd gen intel core processor family. not just smart. visibly smart. get an inspiron 15r with 6 gig memory and 640 gig hard drive for $599.99 at dell.com. >>> president obama is bringing to an end on the don't ask don't tell policy saying that military effectiveness will not be affected. a navy lieutenant the
segÚn el mismo dijo por jÚs por gandhi y la madre tesa de calcuta, el deseo siempre dentro de las circunstancias trÁcas que le tocÓ vivir de ser feliz aunque hoy ya no estÁ en esta tierra la vida sigue siendo el arte del encuentro como en alguna ocasiÓn dijo, descanse en paz facundo cabral poeta, hombre bohemio,rota de esta tierra. >> esas palabras quedarÁn con nosotros para siempre aparte de las investigacnes tambiÉn empezaron los preparativos para trasladar cuerpo del caante hacia su paÍs natal, argenta. precamente ahora pasamos con un adelanto del programa al punto, con jorge ramos. >> el gobernador le quede quitar el puesto al presidente de venezuela. >> yo creo que es muy importante para la regiÓn e el presidente sea el candidato y resulte derrotado en el preso electoral. >> debe renunciar el secretario de justicia por la operaciÓn rÁpido y furioso? lo discutimos. >> si tiene ese reconocimiento intermitente esas ars ingresaran al Ís de mÉxico sin preocuparse de las vidas que podrÍan afectar y los muertos deber de renunciar. >> el analista conservador nos dice si
in and showing that there is, you know, a line that developed. we know, you know, that gandhi read thoreau. we know that king read gandhi. we know that we all followed martin luther king. there is a-- there's a lineage here. the most common thread was pete seeger. i think they should give a course in pete seeger in high school. pete seeger is a great american. pete exemplifies what we're talking about here in terms of a human being that lives their life in such a manner that you want to be like them. you know, you see pete seeger, and you say, "gee, i want to do that. "i want to stand next to that man. i want to stand shoulder to shoulder with that guy." he's the guy who never compromised his principles, even when he had his back to the wall, government was saying, "you're not a real american." house of un-american activities committee, you know, he just told them, "sorry, i'm not buying your stuff." (bender) one of the things you'll see in the documentary is a wonderful moment where pete describes that, and he said, they're-- "mr. seeger," you know, "are you--were you a member of the communis
mean, was england post-gender with margaret thatcher? indira gandhi, was in the a post-gender when bolivia elected its first working class president, where the post-class? i mean, it is a reflection of the dichotomy. the movement -- you cannot deny the accomplishments of the movement. the human rights movement, which we need to begin talking about more, and malcolm x began to increasingly before he was assassinated, but the thing is, these smokescreens get thrown at us, and we fall over and over again. happen with clarence thomas in a certain way, right, you know? in a more evil way, many of us have gotten comfortable because rock is in the white house, but he cannot be most effective unless we are on his ass, right? we voted, so i will go home now, and see you in four years. the republicans, the tea party, all these folks, they are on his ass, so if you believe that all that there is power in that position, and there are folks that make convincing arguments about a black face on white supremacy, so there is complications, but can progress be made? can progress be made with that po
arrested, to go to meet gandhi. and, again, the peace vision was very big for him. the day hitler came to power, 1933, he was giving radio address. i didn't know it until i was reading the good new biography of him. it was the only time he was ever on the radio. it was cut off in the middle. we who like romance would say hitler's people turned it off. the engineers made a mistake. [laughter] it was on the principle of having a finishing uhrer -- fuhrer. some of the people in the catholic and lutheran churches played up to hitler. there was a movement in which they tried to make hiterer's germany into -- hitler's germany into a christian anti-semitic force. the vast majority was just sort of silent. what can you do in the middle of all that? but he got committed very early and hung out with the whole underground of people. i think the other thing that i would say is turning point is a new today we call it the ecumenical movement n. the 1930s it was being born, and they wanted to form what became the world council of churches. it was postponed until after the war because of the war. but
putet of gandhi. it was reported stolen wednesday. torso dressed in a white robe was on the roof. a woman spotted it inside a parked car near her home and notified police. it appears the chief only stole personal checks from the car, but the gandhi putet was intact. owner is excited. he's a traveling peace activist and a schoolteacher who exhibits it at parades and peace rally the. coming up next, gays in the military. a struggle that's gone on for nearly two decades finally coming to an end. and what caused nearly two dozen people to get stuck on a disney [ female announcer ] you do so much... to stay healthy. but did you know fiber choice can help support your overall well-being? every tasty tablet has prebiotic fiber from fruits and veggies... that lets your good bacteria thrive and helps support your immune system. fiber choice. an easy way to defend your health everyday. learn more about prebiotics and get a free sample at fiberchoice.com. >> closed captioning brought to you by mancini sleepworld. >> president obama has ended the ban on gays serving openly in the military. h
live with him and his family in pakistan, and this man is like what gandhi was to india, this man was to pakistan. that's another question at the heart of the book. why did this incredibly powerful leader invite a jewish girl he had been corresponding with for a year to live with him as his daughter? he already had nine children, but, you know, he was inviting another woman to his house in pack stapp. you know, it's one thing to go back and forth as to who she is, but you need the historical context. where was pakistan at that time? in some ways this beak is also a book about america and pakistan, america and islam, so, you know, i don't want to sort of lose sight of those aspects of the book in, you know, in the fine grain because she is a vehicle for a lot of these sort of meditations, but as to the question of what i decided to do with her letters. i felt it was important for -- to have her as a vehicle for the reader to experience her letters, you know, with immediacy in her own words rather than me paraphrasing them or, you know, saying, you know, well, she says that she grad
shared the stage with the grandson of gandhi and grandson of martin luther king jr. on this very special day, his birthday. >> sort of his view of nonviolence i think can be worked out and forgiveness and compassion. and it's also his birthday! he's 76. so it's a good time to celebrate. >> reporter: immediately following this morning's ceremony, the thousands inside of verizon center took to the streets to continue the birthday celebrations. they will now walk down 7th towards the national mall in honor of this special day many tibetans consider more important than their own birthday. ♪ >> it's a greeting song. >> reporter: many had political signs, asking china to free tibet from its control. yet organizers say this event has one main goal. >> our object is to bring all of them together here, to plant a seed for nonviolence. and we hope that when these people go back to their places, they promote world peace and nonviolence. >> reporter: in chinatown, john schriffen, news4. >>> almost any dog-lover could tell you that when a great dane decides to do something, there's not a whole lot
faith in jesus christ. >> gandhi is in hell and he is? and someone knows this for sure? will only a few select people make it to heaven, and will billions and billions of people burn forever in hell? >> bell offers a more expansive view. he's pastor of the nondenominational mars hill bible church just outside grand rapids, which has some 10,000 weekly attenders. he's also a popular speaker, whose videos have a huge international following among younger evangelicals. >> for me, interacting with countless people over the years who literally are carrying around an ime, god is not good and god is not good because my grandmother died and at the funeral the pastor wanted us all to know for sure that my grandma was burning in torment forever. >> bell points to scriptures where jesus says he is restoring all things and drawing all people to himself. >> and jesus tells stories in which the key character doesn't give up on whatever is lost, and i think we should take that seriously. i don't know what god has in ind, but i dknow that thi story that jesus tells causes us to pause before we make any
. mahatma gandhi and the son of martin luther king jr.. followers cannot wait for his teachings. but he has political poll, too. it a d.c. council member brown receiving a scarf, noting that the dublin, has been puzzled by the lack of voting rights in the district. >> speaking out. >> in nepal, a much different scene, people arrested for celebrating the birthday of the dalai lama, for fear of stirring up and die chinese sentiment. -- stirring up anti-china sentiment. an elected prime minister in exile. but he is still very much a spiritual leader, and thousands of people have come from all over the world to see him. >> he is just so down to earth and real. >> it is not known whether he will meet with president obama but he will give a talk on the west lawn of the capital. greta kreuz, abc7 news. >>> a woman on the mission to heal the world through touch was there today. the so-called "hugging saint" hugged people who stopped by to see her. she will be there tomorrow from 10:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m. as part of a tour of america. >> there were a lot of hudgens. >>> the 2018 winter olympics wil
concerned. he has hid giant ten foot gandhi puppet inside the civic. that puppet include a beach ball. he used the puppet at peace events across the country. >>> one person is in the hospital after a suspicious overnight fire. the huge flames breaking through the roof. >> reporter: he was a prime suspect and now the lapd police say that he's not the right man. >>> and the nfl lockout could soon be over. the things that will need to happen to end the four-month work stoppage. >>> traffic is looking good on 880. another update straight ahead. >>> welcome back. it is friday, july 22nd. time is 5:29. and steve is here to give a look at your cooler forecast. high, steve. >>> that's correct. we have a cooler forecast. some low clouds making a decent little push inland along with a sea breeze. but a lot of low clouds in the 60s and the 70s. >>> right now traffic is moving along nicely in the east bay here. highway 880 looks nice. if you are driving past the coliseum. there was earlier road work but that is gone. and this morning's commute in that bay bridge toll plaza. we're looking at it, it lo
and you have a sense of closure. to look at this kind of vengeance, an eye for an eye doesn't work. gandhi said an eye for an eye makes the whole world blind. it's not going to help in this situation. >> rabbi, isn't an eye for an eye, a biblical, or in your casesea precept from the torah, and how justice should work? >> an eye from an eye, is from the torah. but in the jewish tradition it's moderated in some of the ways that i talked about. the deeper question is the question of justice, our struggle, as human beings and in particular as people of faith, is to recognize that injustices occur without losing our faith in justice in general. and there will always be cases here, and elsewhere, almost every day, in the newspaper, where the kind of justice that we calibrate, doesn't exactly fit the case, but that doesn't mean that in a greater sense, it is not a just world and it also ought to be a motivation for justice in our own lives. >> don't you think, david, that in some sense, justice, as we know it, has been done? >> i mean, a jury of her peers set her free. this is the justice we beli
back to gandhi's time. communists, catholic protestants, black, colored, everything. we studied the different religious views of human rights, and they were highly educated people and highly intensely religious. i think it depends on what you devote yourself to, and if you're a busy scientist, that's what you devote yourself to. >> having read these three books and partial list coming in the series, there's certainly an opinion in parts of the academy that there are still -- there's much to be learned from understanding how the great religious texts of many faiths bear on the world today, and partly what we see around the world too is people acquire literal sigh and the urgency to ask questions in new ways, and we see that too in many institutions that are rejected for the first time because somebody gets the ability to ask questions. it's an interesting phenomena that makes books like this no less important. sir, you have a question. >> yes, i would pretend i'm with audiences who work at a think tank and not unemployed. i hope i'm not the only one here that's not unemployed. th
results. one things, for example, of gandhi, martin luther king or others like him who have led directly to political change that can be called positive. of and on the positive side, few cultural phenomenon have swept, have swayed public opinion as powerfully as the novel "uncle tom's cabin," which was central to making america a more egalitarian nation. harriet beecher stowe was an unlikely fomenter of social and political change; diminutive and dreamy-eyed, she was a harried housewife with a brood of children. she had various obscure illnesses worsened by her chronic hypochondria. she was married to a brilliant but impractical husband. but, but driven by her passionate hatred of slavery, she wrote "uncle tom's cabin," which when it appeared in 1852 broke sales records for american fiction and became an international sensation. the boston preacher, theodore parker, said it has excited more attention than any book since the invention of printing. and the author, henry james, noted: it was for an immense number of people much less a book than a state of vision, a feeling and consciousness
prisoners and that would be positive. >> he should be pot's gandhi. >> one judge overruled another. >> overruled the purchase. >> said look, you are being too easy on willie, he might get a year. >> and he is 80 years old. it is ridiculous. >> bill: 80? >> 79. >> bill: but feels 19. when is the sentencing? >> got me on that one, bill. >> bill: we will tell the audience whatever happens to willie. now, mine. this is dumb but it is tragic. yellowstone national park one of the most beautiful facilities in the united states of america but you can't play around in yellowstone park. so, 57-year-old retired guy and his wife go camping in the back country are yellowstone diswhrarks is wild country, okay. a bar bear kills the guy. the wife just gets away. roll the tape. >> omaha bank other hikers on the trail -- some other hikers on the trail heard the woman's cries for help and called 911 which summoned rangers. this is the first time that there has been a bear-caused human fatality in yellowstone in 25 years. >> bill: but see, that is not the thing you should be saying because it is dang
and notified police. the police only stole personal checks from the car but the gandhi puppet was intact. the owner is a traveling peace activist and a schoolteacher who exhibits it at parades and peace rallies. >>> coming up next gays in the military. the struggle is finally coming to an end and what cautioned nearly two dozen people to get stuck on ♪ [ male announcer ] it has an hd webcam for flattering video chats, awesome audio, and lids that switch to match your mood. but mostly it helps me keep an eye on my boyfriend. even though he doesn't know he's my boyfriend. yet. [ male announcer ] powered by the 2nd gen intel core processor family. not just smart. visibly smart. get an inspiron 15r with 6 gig memory and 640 gig hard drive for $599.99 at dell.com. >> president obama has ended the ban on gays serving openly in the military. he signed the repeal of the don't ask don't tell policy. he said military effectiveness will not be affected by overturning the ban. the decision was the end of a nearly two decade old struggle for a commander with a legal battle to stay in the service af
, jr. and we believe in principles of people like gandhi and we look to people like mother teresa. they didn't accumulate great wealth. but they accumulated greatness. accumulated a reputation, a chiefed a reputation that lived far beyond their years. in the end, it is better to leave a good name than a full bank account. i would hope that we return to values and we judge our
with this book and play with the buyout as well, also he raises issues about gandhi's life in the human conflicts he has as well and any of us here have every day in our lives. so what does the do, what you just described, what does it do when we take -- it's been happening since the 60s. iconic figures of our existence and if someone argued, humanize them, under look at it as tragic. and taylor branch writes his book about his trilogy about martin luther king and clearly talks about ronald king's affairs, what is he faced? so what happens to us as a people when that happens? because leaders around pedestals usually. so what happens when folks like this come out and they talk about things that make people's stomach twist? >> i mean come it seems to me there are many possibilities. one is the most empowering story, which is the more we recognize the humanity of those who did great things, the more we feel capable ourselves and doing great things. it is to go back to the seminary example. it is the other possibility of the story of jesus is that he is simultaneously dividing fuming. if you go home
about this book a little bit and i was pleading with the biography of gandhi as well who raises issues about the life and the human conflict he had as well as malcolm and margin or any of us here have every day in our lives. so what does it do what you just described, what does it do when we take -- it happened in the 60's what happens when we take the iconic figures of our existence and some have argued humanize them and of a trilogy about martin luther king and face as well so what happens to us as a people when that happens because -- what happens when books like this come out and they talk about things that make people's stomachs twist? >> it seems to me that there are many possibilities. one is the most in powering which is the more we recognize of the humanities of those who did great things, the more we feel capable ourselves of doing great things. it is to go back to the seminary example, it is the other possibility of the story of jesus that he's human and if you can hold on to the human part it can make the story feel more in powering and so holding on to the failing part, bu
this in a positive sense. yes, in a way you are a terrorist. in the sense that gandhi was a terrorist. let's face the facts, it is not just something that can be swallowed whole, all the interesting news in the newspaper, here, this is happening, he is with a lady got out. totally not true. >> do we have a denial on that one? on the latest gaga -- lady gaga one? >> absolute denial on everything. i did not even listen to one of her songs. [laughter] >> her representative was not that the fine. they just said no comment. >> your set a said no comment and then you would join a much more glory. what does this mean? in what sense was conte a terrorist? -- gandhi a terrorist? he tried to interrupt the normal flow of the british state in india. you're trying to interrupt the normal, very oppressive functioning of the information's circulation and so on. the way that we should answer this is simply by another analyst paraphrase of that wonderful line from "beggar's opera." founding a new bank. what is your terrorism to the terrorism that we accept day-by- day keeping things the way that they are? when we
mandela and dr. king and gandhi. >> whatever this is, we try not to judge of the customs of other religions but this is pushing it. the devil's jump is a centuries old tradition in spain where sweet helpless babies are laid down on mattresses and a dude in a yellow devil's costume leaps over them. it is believed to save the baby's soul or something. the devil's jump moved this week into second place on the list of world's most dangerous babely-related religious ceremony. indian baby tossing kept alive its top spot. >>> the number one story of the week. >> are you a flake? >> that would be insulting. >> chris wallace notwithstanding. the country was in the grips this week of fox mania. >> we can win in 2012 and we will win. >> michele bachmann's presidential rollout was slowed only in a buy graph cal mix-up between and icon and clown. >> like john wayne from waterloo, iowa, that's the kind of spirit i have too. >> not only the spirit of john wayne but the eyes of a young charles man son. >> from iowa, bachmann danced into south carolina where she finally got fed up with the questio
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